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norwood this is signed morgamarvin norwood as you conceive this suspect such as bears a resemblance to the sketch. also witnesses believe that the suspect as the several tattoos on has neck. this mug shot to--you can see--there is a large tattoo. right now the bill that both of these suspects is one half million dollars, each. bail. prosecutors say that this new information does not allow bail
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reduction. here is why. >> prosecutors say that but police found five different fire arms and the home of morgan norwood. also sanchez has still believed to be involved with the beating of brian stowe were made in a hospital. amy m. statute o luis sanchez is such a threat that he is even allegedly capable in the past of cutting out someone's ko -someone's mouth tongue >>catherine: this housing
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unit at the 1100 block of laguna. the girl was at a sleep over at her on kohl's home with several other children. haazig madyun went to the hospital of her uncle's home. >> critical but stable that is all family members described in 11 years old that was struck by a stray bullet. describe her condition. >> this is where she was bleeding. >> the victim's uncle, although that the condition is improving of his niece there is still medical concerns from the bullet that entered her body. >> in her chest it could have punctured a lung because there is a fluid. she is on a tube at the hospital. >>reporter: she has gone at least undergone one surgery and the fact that the bullet entered the and exited
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her body is a key factor in her being able to recover. doctors are telling the family they fully expect the 11 year-old to recover. coming up on kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. we will hear the concerns with the family's safety in the wake of this shooting incident. >>catherine: san francisco has released the names of two different suspects. 19 year-old thomas and 20 year- old mitchell of san francisco. new details in the officer involved shooting led to the death of parolees in the san francisco, kenneth harding. after running away from san francisco police officers, according to not die from the bullets used by officers. they say this self-inflicted by kenneth parting of the family has ordered a prominent bay area civil-rights firm. dan kerman. >> catherine, we're outside
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the offices of john burress and adnonte is representing the family and the family wants answers. the story of the police department has changed several times. first that harding had shot himself and then it was a shot that was from the police. they want every piece of evidence shared so they can come to their independent conclusion of what happened. >> i am angry. i am the truth and i want justice. >> when you have a situation where this is videotape and many witnesses that come about and say that this happened in a particular way. this police department claimed that it happened in another way. as the days go on and more investigation takes place the store is
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continuously shift so what we and our explanations/excuses built on a foundation of shifting sand. that is nothing that you can build any type of trust or credibility with in situations as critical as it this. >>reporter: several tiers with the mother of parting. tears shed debt-members of the community. there--tears shed. they want the facts, and they also are asking anybody who had possibly witness this to come forward. to call the law firm and to speak to them. coming up at 6:00 p.m. and will tell you specifically what type of evidence this family in this law firms who want the san francisco police department to share with with them. reporting live, dan kerman, kron 4 news. (music) >> jacqueline: a live look
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from the mount tam cam look at that fog rolling in. again the satellite is showing that the fog is hugging the coast. along the san mateo coast but it will be wide spread for tomorrow morning. temperatures along the coast will be 61 degrees in half moon bay. and for the inland valleys temperatures will be much warmer mild. 80s in concord, 80s and livermore. '70s in san jose. we are going to see a warming trend for the next couple of days it details on that coming up in just a bit. >>catherine: a frightening experience for bay. teenagers visiting alaska an outdoor leadership conference with a encounter with a mother grizzly bear. grant lotus has more
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reaction from the colorado teenager that was mauled. >> this is a photograph of his dad, his brother, the day before he left alaska. he spoke to us from his hospital bed. >> i did not know if i was going to live to the attack was so scared. >> they were hiking across the river one became a crossed the mother bear. >> wheelchair and started running backwards. i looked behind me and of the bare-- i yelled--bear. and that the bear was running in between the four of us. >> the mother was in new jersey when she were got the news she feared the worst. >> it just really upset me when i did not know if he was alive or dead and richest knew that he had been attacked. >> they made a small bandage of the garbage that and we waited. it took nine hours
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until help arrived. >> these teenagers were able to survive a pummeling in the first place and, together, to establish a camp. survived the-this mauling. he was bitten on the head/skill but it did not puncture the skull. i was able to speak to my son and it was wonderful. >> grant lotus, kron 4 news. >>catherine: one man is from richmond maureen kelly spoke to was family. very scary experience. >> 18 year-old victor martin was bitten in the leg with thifrom this bear. the high- school senior took his first trip to wait to escape the violence mak plaguing his community. he never thought he was going to bea in
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countering a while to bear. >> coming up his story and how he was able to break free from that mother bear. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> and newson run that a san francisco injury with a sand tunnel when she climbed in it collapsed family members for able to do occur out after a couple of minutes she was not breathing at first. a passerby helped revive russia was treated and released from the hospital. fifth to year-old boy is dead after being hit by a car a 15 year-old boy was riding on palmetto avenue on friday. police say that he swerved into a car that was passing hit him. he died from injuries the next day. a small bay in the quake with a 3.4. just a few miles from monet park with
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no injuries reported. >> 5:15 that the champions of baseball san francisco giants at the white house. 5:188 terrorist troubled past and out on the new details behind it deadly rampage and norway. 5:31 lockout is over the n f l owners and players ended the dispute today what it means for bay area football fans of this fall. (music)
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please pardon the delay. please pardon hour delay. >> he is saying " my media
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and my government capitulated several years ago the situation is just chaotic. the suicidal trainers must be stopped. some of the wording was taken word for word from the first two pages of the anti- technology manifesto written by ted kosinski. and in oslo, huge crowds came out to mourn the victims. lowering the victims from 93 to 76 death toll. 68 died in the shooting rampage at the island youth camp. today they're both searching for survivors and victims' along the shores of that lake. at least four people are still unaccounted for. he is going to be kept in isolation for eight weeks until the next court appearance. norwegian police are being criticized taking 90 minutes to respond to the island shooting. and
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also the response time was also delayed because of the entire local helicopter crew was on vacation. >>jacqueline: a live look from our sunny skies with fog rolling through the hills. it is pretty mild interest in the tail. 60s this evening. pretty mild through the san mateo coast temperatures are pretty similar to what we saw today with 70's and by thursday and again in similar conditions for tomorrow. 67 degrees with ease on thursday. san francisco warm up a few degrees. 67 degrees on thursday. we will have that fog to contend with. the latest will be confined to the coast. so far, the fog tracker up and down the
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coast in the peninsula and the bayshore will continue by 8:00 p.m. by 10:00 a.m., still along the inland. be or san francisco and down the coast. as far as temperatures? but the 70's and 80's for the south bay. 80s in sunnyvale, milpitas and into the inland valleys also still pretty comfortable. it is a summer and we should expect to see 80s and 90s. 78 and danville, san ramon, 80s and antioch the east bay shores. 71 and 73 in fremont. oakland. temperatures along the peninsula are also pretty mild. dense fog is going to stay there with ocean beach looking at '60s and '70s and 74 and redwood
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city. your kron 4 7 day around the bay with fog for the next couple of mornings but we are going to see a warming trend. a little bit of fog expected for this weekend. stay with us. we will be back. [ male announcer ] this... is the montrose pet hospital --
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moving tornado. over michigan and lake. officials said the twister lifted stocks out of the water. no damage or injuries lifting boat docks out of the water -- >> and the record 800 in. of snowfall this season and just enough for a final summer run. it is the official end of the sierra nevada ski season. take a look at the cyclist over iowa. they are breaking for what could be the largest bicycle. 32 ft. long. and the motor is from a 1970's, the motorcycle. stay with us, your news at 5:30 is coming up, next. (music)
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news with a develop in story. >> the president of the knotted states is getting
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ready to address the nation on the debt. the president of united states-the date of august 2nd is the deadline. they will nohave not been able to agree. president barack obama and democrats support a plan with a 2.7 trillion dollars and cuts. it would extend the debt deadline until after the 2012 election. house republicans support a plan that cuts three trillion dollars and two different phases. the debt limit would only be extended until early next year. both sides talking about their contrasting plans. >> i would call this plant less than perfect but it is ensuring that the tax cuts will be less than a hike in the debt limit and secondly there are no tax
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increases that are part of this plan. >> this proposal satisfies the democratic principles by protecting medicaid, medicare, social security. and also what it is meetings at the demands of the republicans. it contains no revenues, and the amount of the cuts meets the amount of the debt ceiling. >> democrat harry reid, and house speaker john boehner picture of the white house in 30 minutes until president obama addresses the nation and the world and will bring this to you, live on kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. grant lotus, kron 4 news. >>catherine: new details about the n f l locked out. it is gone! it is history. this was the scene in washington d.c. the members of the players association were trying to reach an agreement. and of course
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this is good news for the bay area football fans. >> at 11:00 a.m., i clenched my fists and said yes! 17 60s! we risk speaking to the coach of the 49ers with 176 days --and hello, it is on. taking a look at the tentative n f l schedule. team conditioning tomorrow the raiders will open tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. they can go in and get their work out and conditioning started. even signing of rookies. the first and t teams will open a training camp on wednesday the up riders are expected to be on the field on thursday. the 49ers are expected to be on friday. the oakland raiders are expected to be on the field by thursday. and space
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left for the 49 practice field. it is still the same but check it out. they have a 6000 square foot outdoor weight room under this tent. that is new i've not seen that in 21 years with increased stadium seating open to the public. and also the usual things that you would find at the 49ers practice. the team captain cannot wait. >> i cannot tell you how great it is going to be to have those guys in the building, face to face. smelling their breath. getting to know them, and letting them get to know me. >> the rest of the coaching staff of the administration have about 20 guys. they need 94 training camp to move forward. the big question is alex smith is a free agent but he is
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expected to come to terms and be on the field this weekend. maybe that will be on friday. >>catherine: some people are saying that this could of been wrapped up a couple of weeks. and at least it is done. >> the lose of the hall of fame game. >> >>catherine: >> the trial begins for a los gatos woman accused of having sex with a troubled teen. 48 year-old gave the boy marijuana, a alcohol, cigarettes. the 16 year-old claimed that cakiss and they also had engaged in sex three separate times. more than $10,000 worth of computers missing from a school in woodside. 10 different imac computers
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cutting the screen. similar and corta madera or 20 laptops were stolen. east palo alto has the recent wave of violence the police department has groups of interest and treats it separate, sides toward the of information linking menlo park and jugo chaves and linking them to a trio of gang members. >> fuentes, 20 years old and currently has 219 years and all from east palo alto. we believe that these members or members of this trio committed murder. with this violent crime spree and also is spinning to grand junction, colorado. >>catherine: in custody
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pending charges the other two are at large. motive? they believe that the motive was gang-related. one of the tax of all violence discussed one of the acts of violence discussed was at east bayshore road were 819 year-old was killed and an 18 year-old wounded. where an 19 year-old was killed- a- >> the back dom's were standing behind this building at 10:30 p.m. were shots rang out according to a witness. he heard about eight-attended different shots. earlier, this is video of the back of the sketch building they were a lot of dead ends, with no motive, no suspects, the 19 year-old died at the scene and an 18 year-old was shot and wounded and rushed to hospital with none-life threatening injuries. according to witnesses there
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could of been a gun battle because with multiple shots being heard. they came from different guns. after the ran back to the scene that they saw a car speeding off the lights turned off. that is the latest from east palo alto, kron 4 news. he was s >>catherine: with sunny skies and a pretty mild temperatures. right now, 70's and the self pay. >>jacqueline: with mild 60s in the--self pay south bay it is nice and these sections like self moon bay having some cloud coverage. and north monday south mondamon moon bay. temperatures are up, down depending on where you are. cooler for
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the bay shore. we would get more of that marine in florence. that will continue into tomorrow. the marine influence. today, tomorrow, the coastal influence will create sunny and mild conditions. if your full details coming up. >>catherine: taking a look at the traffic on the golden gate bridge a beautiful afternoon. it is moving fine in both directions. taking a look at the james lick a little bit slower. not too bad, stay with us, more news after the break.
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2000 jobs. about 20 percent of the workforce. even of the have dominated the corporate meof smart phones. many people are using it the apple iphone and others with the google and rick of reading system. this cost cutting measure will help with future growth. many people are choosing to use the google android instead. >> kimberlee: companies can invent a system with connecting your 'linkedin calfprofile instead of dealing with reza amazing cover letters. >> dreamworks has and the contract with the 2014 but
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hbo has allowed at the studio out of the contract early. it would get netflix against amazon and whjulu >>catherine: gabe slate's tech report there is a new application paying you. 'gig walk' like getting a picture of a business or a picture of the menu there are a ton of the small gigs in the bay area. they're easy and only showing where they are in your location. easy money, it is between $4-$7 and sell this information to websites. the use of detailed information, mapping and damages in a product. tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. and you could be surprised on how much people
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are running. keep it here for my tech report later gabe slate's tech report >>reporter: your folder o
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>>catherine: the debt crisis could be rattling the wall street and markets. rob black this year to talk about some of the winners and losers. first, air travelers could get a tax break. >> correct. the faa did not have a tax incentive reinstated by the government. it therefore, $25 increase possible for each ticket. and if you notice? those air truck companies. 8200 mountain
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dollars per week those air travel companies--8 $2 million mount it i a $2 millionr compan per week tax. >>catherine: netflix but people are not happy with the price increases. >> 26.4 million subscribers more than comcast. their earnings for 10 percent down. 10 million people are in streaming. the teacher taught her is starting to get extreme like i do not want to-the balance of people streaming. with the balance of people ordering through the mail. to do one or the other but i think
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that streaming is the future. >>catherine: their stock is perhaps showing this? >> i think it is the combination of factors. >>catherine: research in motion is a loser? >> they are cutting 9 percent of their sales force. this is fallen and it cannot get back up work apple beat it to the punch on one hand and on other google android is becoming a preferred. the blackberry became very popular after 911 because it worked. >>catherine: dunkin donuts i just love it dawned and donuts.
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>> look at that. >> it is believed that they are going to be going public. >> 54 per share? >> with stores of 9800 it globally. it is great to hear about covering and investing in the donuts la >>catherine: thank you, rob we will see you tomorrow. >>jacqueline: the patchy fog for the bay and the coast. by noon it will press back to the coast and a similar warm up to today. 60s in san
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francisco, 70's in san jose. low 80s for the inland valleys. the fog tracker 4 the bayshore is showing that it is even in the inland valley. scaling back to hayward by 10:00 a.m. and hugging to the coast by the late afternoon hours. the san mateo coast might not even see the sun at all. going to work temperatures are going to be mild. 50s and 60s. warming up quick for the inland valleys. upper 70's and even a degrees in fairfield. livermore, the same with comfortable conditions. 77 degrees in san jose and what we can expect with '70s and '80s and the south bay. cupertino, los gatos, sunnyvale a the inland valleys should be in the low 90s. a very comfortable '70s and '80s. the in walnut
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creek. 78 in pleasanton. the east bayshore is mainly in the 60s. 63 in fremont. in san francisco 70's and san mateo 70's in palo alto and cooler along the coast. with 59 degrees in ocean beach. lastly, the north bay will south bay will see 80s-- taking a look at your your kron 4 7 day around the bay fog but a warm up in the our afternoon. that warm will continue thursday, friday for the weekend. warm inland low 80s and 90s for the bayshore south bay. 90's in the ba >> dominique strauss, and his accuser was in court. she went public speaking to abc, newsweek and not backing down to the attorney
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is going to plan on filing a civil lawsuit. she admitted lying on an asylum report of being a victim of a gang rape. dominic is claiming that this is a consensual. this is back in the month of may. >> in italy, her murder conviction appeal. her and her co-defendant for found guilty of killing a british student in november 20th 07. the prosecution is claiming that the dna was found on the brassiere and also on the murder weapon. two different forensic evidence casting doubt on the quality of the dna evidence they think that it is contaminated by gloves worn and by investigators. looking at the 680 in the 24
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interchange. traffic is beginning to slow down a little bit as it usually does. the 101 and the san jose traffic heading towards us is southbound. it is moving well in both directions. stay with us.
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>>catherine: you are looking at the white house. speaking about the debt ceiling and the parties and not coming together. kron 4 will of the president's speech on kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. stay with us. >>jacqueline: the fog will return tonight your full forecast the news at 6:00 p.m. is coming up, next. a (music) off
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>>catherine: y brian stophfft lm the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. the president is ready to address the nation about that that debate. this will happen that live at the white house this is being delivered in just a matter of moments. grant lotus let us take a few minutes this is been a legislative collision course going nowhere. >> nowhere fast. we've been speaking about this for weeks and it appears that president obama has had enough. he may say that the u.s. is an imminent threat of default. his words are
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expected to be strong. two different types of proposals by different proposals and the different parties. >> the democratic proposal essentially would cut money with 2.7 trillion. the next debt deadline would be after the election. that would be a totally different crested and the republicans. fifth to for-deadline created by the republicans in two different phases. >> that is correct president obama does not want to deal with this next year which is an election year. >> let us listen in. >> good evening. tonight i want to talk about the debate in washington are about the debt. it is directly impacts the lives of all americans. for the last decade we've spent more money than we have taken and. in 2000, with a budget
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surplus. instead of it using to pay off the debt it was spent in trillions of dollars in new tax cuts. two different wars and expensive prescription drug programs were added to the credit card of the country. as a result the deficit was going to on track at topping one trillion dollars the year it took office. to make matters worse the recession was taking less money and and for us spending more. in efforts to spur the economy, unemployment, 80s to help with teachers and firefighters to a financial aid-this also added to the deficit. now, everybody knows that a little bit of credit card that is manageable. but if we stay on the current path it could cause us serious damage and even cost us jobs. our tax
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dollars would be going towards paying off in the rest businesses would be less likely to hire workers in a country the cannot balance its books. interest rates could climb for everybody that borrows money. the home owner with a mortgage, the student with a college loan. the corner store that wants to expand and would not have enough money to make job-creating investment for education and infrastructure. were pay for vital programs like medicare, medicaid. for pay--because neither p parties ar responsiblee they are still trying to solve it. i will not bore you with the details with plans and proposals but basically the debate is centered round two different approaches. the first approach is set let us live within our means of making serious historic cuts in government spending. cutting domestic lowest
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since dwight eisenhower, defense spending could be cut by hundreds of millions of dollars cutting out waste, fraud, health care like medicare and at the same time let us make modest adjustments some medicare is still there for future generations. finally, asking the wealthiest americans and biggest corporations to give up their breaks in the tax code and special deductions. this balanced approach asking everybody to give a little without requiring anybody to sacrifice too much. it would reduce the deficit by two trillion dollars and put us on path to pay down our debt. it would not be too abrupt to impact our economy. or impacting small families, businesses getting back on their feet right now. this is also by-partisan. while many in my own party are not happy by the painful cuts on
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of would be willing to accept them if the board and is fairly shared. while republicans the board in-- gordon could be fairly shared-many in the segment that say that yes i am willing to put politics aside and consider this approach because i care about solving the problems. --sharing the burden. >> in response john boehner was putting on with the last several weeks. the only type of balanced approach is not on its way to becoming law is because it is a significant number of republicans in congress are in insisting on acuff's-only approach. it is not asking the wealthiest americans for contribute anything at all. because of nothing at is being passed? such an approach would close the deficit with only severe cuts to programs we all care
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about. cuts the place a bigger burden on working families. the debate right now is not about making tough choices. democrats and republicans can agree on the amount of deficit-reduction we need. the debate is how it should be done. maastricamericans do nt understand how the can spask senior citizens to pay more instead of asking a corporate jet owner of plea corp. for a student to played more for education or have funds managers to stop paying taxes than a lower rate undersecretaries. how can we/funding for education and clean energy before we ask people like me to gi energy tax breaks and we do not need or ask for. it is not right. it is not fair. we all want a government that lives within its means but there are
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still things that we need to pay for as a country. things like new roads, bridges, satellites, food inspection, services to veterans and medical research. keep in mind that under a balanced approach, the 90 percent of americans that make under $250,000 would see no tax increases at all. none appeare in fact i want to extend the apparel cut for working families but we're talking about a balanced approach. extend-the payroll cut for working families. the biggest millionaires and billionaires could share the sacrifice that everybody has to make. these patriotic americans should be willing to chip and in fact they have pitched and every time we passed a by-partisan deal to pass the deficit. the first time a deal was passed the predecessor made the case for a balanced approach by saying would you rather
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reduced deficit and interest rates by raising revenue for those that are not paying their fair share? or would you rather except a larger budget deficits, higher interest rates and higher unemployment. i think i know your answer. those words were spoken by ronald reagan. today many republicans in the house conside refused to consider this approach that was not only of approached by ronald reagan but also by president bush, president clinton, by myself and by many democrats next and republicans in the united states senate. so, we are left with a stalemate. what makes today's still might so dangerous is that it has been a tight as the debt ceiling it this it still might-many people have perhaps not heard before. understand that raising the debt ceiling does not allow congress to spend more money. it simply gives us
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the country the ability to pay the bills that congress has already racked up. in the past raising the debt ceiling was routine. since the 1950's congress has always passed it and every president has signed it. president reagan did it 18 times. george w. bush signed it seven times and we have to do it by next tuesday, august 2nd. war, will not be able to pay our bills. unfortunately for the last several weeks republican house members have said about the only way that they will vote to prevent americans first covered the fault is it the rest of us agree to their deep spending cuts only approach. if that happens, and we default we will not be having enough money to pay our bills. including monthly social security checks, veteran benefits and the government contracts that we of signed with thousands of
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businesses. for the first time in history our triple a credit rating would be downgraded leaving investors to wonder if the united states is still a good bet. interest rates would skyrocket on credit cards, mortgages, car loans. that amounts to a huge tax hike on the american people cured we would risk sparking deep economic crisis this could be caused primarily almost completely by washington. the faulting our responsibilities is reckless. defaulting-- republicans must also agree that we should all avoid default. to temporarily increase the debt ceiling presented by john boehner will also face the threat of default in six months. in other words, it does not solve the problem. first of
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all, a six month extension of the debt ceiling might not be enough to avoid a credit downgrade and higher interest rates that americans would have to pay as a result. we all know what we need to do to reduce our deficits what with the economy at risk by kicking the can further down the road. there is even a greater danger to this approach. based on what we've seen for these past few weeks we know what to expect six months from now. the house of representatives will once again refused to default on was the rest of us looks out there cuts-only approach. again that they will pr refuse t ask the wealthiest americans to give up their tax cuts and will demand harsh cuts like medicare. once again, the economy will be held captive unless they get their way. this is no way to run the greatest country on our earth is a dangerous game is that we have never played before. we cannot
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afford to play it now. not when jobs and livelihood of so many families are at stake. we cannot allow the american people to be collateral damage to washington's political warfare. congress now has one week left to act in their still fast forward. the senate is presenting an act to reduce debt to avoid this in six months. serious the debt reduction with talk of the difficult challenges of tax reform and entitlement. by the way i have told leaders of both parties that they must come with a fair compromise and the next couple of days that could this pass both houses and a something that i can sign. i am confident that we can reach this compromise. despite the were disagreements, republican leaders have found common
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ground before. i believe a enough members of both parties will ultimately put politics aside and help us make progress. now i realize that a lot of new members of congress and i do not see eye to eye on the many issues but ready reached elected by the same americans for some of the same reasons. yes, many want government to start living within its means and many are fed up the system in which the debt seems stacked against middle-class americans in favor of the wealthiest few. but do you know what people are fed up with most of all? they are fed up with a town that compromise has become a dirty word. their work all day long and many of them scraping by just to put food on the table. when these americans come home at night, bone-tired and turn on the news all they see is the same partisan three ring circus in washington. the ec
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leaders the cannot seem to come together and do what it takes to make life just a little bit better for ordinary americans. they are offended by that. and they should be. the american government cannot vote have for a divided government but not voted for a dysfunctional government. make your voice heard. if you like a vat belts to from let your member of congress know after 51 the balanced approach-- through compromise and send that message. american has always been the critics branson compromise a democracy made up every race, religion and every belief is welcome. every point of view will put to test time and time again the proposition of our founding that many times we are one. we have engaged in fierce and passionate debates about the issue today. from
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slavery, war, civil liberties, questions of economic justice we have tried to live above the words that jefferson once wrote. every man cannot have his weight in all things. with of this mutual disposition. disjointed individuals. every man cannot have is-way. history is scattered by the rigid ideologists that would allow not listen to others that would disagree. that is not the america that we remember. we remember in america that puts itself in front of itself for the greater good putting personal grievances the site. we remember the americans that put this together for the most difficult time and put her right and party aside. until we remember that is who we need to be right now. the entire world is watching.
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so, let us seize this moment to show why the united states of america is still the greatest nation on earth. not just because if we can still keep all or whirred and meet our obligations but because the can still come together as one nation can keep our obligations and word. thank you. it got bless you. and may god bless the united states of america. >>catherine: president obama is morning and the economic still migh still m--stalemate te is next tuesday for our first possible cover federal default. >> he said if we do not do this to be reckless and irresponsible and that outcome could really be dead at the triple a credit rating could be costing you, me, and everybody has a loan off of some great. president obama is clearly signaling
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that the time is now for democrats, republicans to reach that. even pressuring the republicans that quoting ronald reagan, harry reed and the democrats is one that he called " balance ". both pparties have a responsible. >> house speaker john dinner will have a bottle. to president obama john-peter in one minute he will have a rebuttal john boehner-- >>catherine: stay with us.
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>> and other routine increase in the national debt
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(music) >> jacqueline: a month and a gorgeous afternoon around the bay with temperatures on the mild side. a gorgeous day--around the bay. and mild. 80s inland. antioch is
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the warmest location with temperatures in the 60s on the coast. fog will return overnight. the fog tracker tomorrow morning the bayshore is stocked and and the inland valley. socked in--by 10:00 a.m., still that fog will be hugging the san mateo coast tomorrow afternoon. temperatures tomorrow are similar. '70s and '80s in the south bay. 77 in the san jose and a little bit warmer there. 74 in redwood city. 60s in oakland. 85 degrees in antioch a warmer day. in the north bay 80s in the santa rosa's 74 in santa rosa. 80 in concord. it is already above average for this time of year. the degrees--these are below average-for this
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>> kimberlee: the pleasant hill city proposal to cut the pay from 911 operators and police. here is a comment to cut the politicians bay and leave the emergency and school staff alone. the city staffer is proposing a cut tonight we would like to know what you think. stay with us, more news after this quick break. yñsñkékékióç]s]s
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>> in san francisco of 11 year-old is still in critical condition after being hit by a stray bullet. a fight broke out in front of her uncle's apartment. families say the 11 year-old has undergone surgery and a doctor tells us that the young girl is expected to eventually make a full recovery. in san francisco haazig madyun kron 4 >> east palo alto anonymous tips insulting cried on the recent spike in a gang violence. carlos romero said the june it gang-related i tragedy is saying that this information led to an arrest in the garcia case but also and more grracist-
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homicide solved cases. also more trust between the public and the police force. teen was on an outdoor leadership outing on a saturday in alaska. bitten by a mother bear and others were mauled in this attack. they are recovering. the teen's used to their survival skills to treat the wounded while they waited hours for search crews to find them. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >>reporter: we are getting a first look at the two suspects in the brian stow. sanchez and norwood are facing felony counts both are in court on monday for an agreement. postponed. their attorneys asked for more time for the-- arraignment. also bail
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reduction. at each are set at one half million dollars. because of their criminal background they also found five different andandand handguns were found in the norwoood case and such as as a threat. >>reporter: this law firm slush public-relations has been hired by the family of the slain victim. the want to come to the conclusion of why harding was shot in oakland, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> the san francisco giants were at in washington celebrating last year's victory. resident with the
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no. 44 jersey. the president is the 44th president. they gave him a plaque, silver and white love the same as his favorite baseball team the chicago white sox. reporting, j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> at&t park growing problems tsebgulls around the eighth inning and making difficult problems. the park is in talks with professional birds of prey like falcons to keep sea gulls away gabe slate's tech report a new company called 'gig walk' using your location it will request
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small tubs for you to perform and pay you. like getting a picture of where front of a business or a menu. there are a ton of these that they are paying for in the bay area. for more information halto our website. gabe slate's tech report >>reporter: if your word about your teenager with if you are worried? about your teen texting. >> kimberlee: it is kimberleetex once this is downloaded it will work with the cars gps system. once the car reaches 10 m.p.h. the texting ability of the smart phone will be disabled. and we will have a
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full, closer look at this application and tell you if this 'text stop' is worth it. if you would like to read more about this or any other segments, go to what's on the web section at www.kron4.com (music) >> jacqueline: below average temperatures but a warm up by the end of this week. pretty mild run the bay area. 79 in redwood city. 82 in livermore. 79 around the bay--mild around the bay. warmer for the next couple of days. oakland, 66 degrees but by wednesday, thursday, 73. san jose is a little bit warmer tomorrow. that warming trend wednesday, thursday, with similar conditions tomorrow. 67 degrees by thursday. for taking a look at temperatures neighborhood by neighborhood with the 70's. through cupertino, santa clara, milpitas '70s and '80s also for the inland valleys which is well below
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average for this time of year but very comfortable 80s in concord, pleasanton '60s and '70s for the east bayshore. 67 in castro valley. and in san francisco 64 degrees and cooler conditions along the coast. the fog will continue along the coast taking a look your kron 4 7 day around the bay with a warming trend wednesday towards the weekend your average. now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> the sterling street on ramp to the bay bridge is only 3-car passenger lane p.m. with six or more of wheels, two-seaters motorcyclists, and and car pools are permitted to use this on ramp. if those were
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the only people using it? there would be no addition for this latest edition of people behaving badly. tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. we will take a look at how many people using this on ramp, illegally.
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>> the deadline to reach the sraise the death ceiling tuesday. it they did not raise the debt limit it will be a reckless and irresponsible outcome. president obama is urging citizens to pressure lawmakers to pass the deal that supports the senate majority. majority leader, harry reed and house speaker john boehner has the gop response moments ago. >> there's no staleate in congress there was bipartisan respect of what the senate is struggling to
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buipass a bill with phony gimmicks one that was passed with a bipartisan leadership of the senate. this will be sent to the president did it for a signature. >> president obama is a saying that republicans are holding this up because they want a cuts only plan. a lot of posturing back and forth but no solution. fazagrant lotus, kron 4. >> and the n f l is back steve baker with the sports director, gary radnich. . gary has it all coming up on kron 4
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>> good evening everybody terrorist labor peace in the n f l. >> football as back >> good beating everybody there is labour peace in the n f l--good evening everybody there is a 10 year agreement is extraordinarily great for our game. mostly for our fans. it is important that we talk about the future of football as a partnership. but i am proud of the men standing behind me and the former players of stood with us. most of all i dig our fans who love our game. >> they did it for us and there are very few that are so fluselfthere is. the main thg
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is a 10 year deal so you will not have to see this going on for a while. jim of the forty-niners can finally speak football. >> i cannot tell you how great it is going to be to have those guys in that the building, face to face, kneecap to kneecap smelling their breath. getting them to know me and that is the most important. this time line that we can plug a plan and and get started. once that happens, let's go. >> the 49ers made some practice to their part practice facility with an outdoor weight room. there also added seating and invite the public and for a . and those adjustments made to their
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practice facility, with conditioning starting tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. the 49ers are born to be on friday. if the oakland raiders are expected to hit the field on the thursday. there is, ladies and gentleman the n f l calendar. the bottom line, will miss only one, the hall of fame game. the regular scheduled exhibition games will go. and of course the giants cut in the, got out. 20 minutes. the president had a lot on his mind. but magic with a 44 he is of course the 44 resident of the other states. shaking everybody's hand and you cannot beat president obama. there he is. larry, mike
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murphy, wilson was rather quiet, good for him. here is the president. >> and then there is the guy with the. . where is he? gabe slate's tech repor (cheers & applause) i do fear it [laughter]. >> that is with this team is all about character with character. once again i want to congratulate this team and wish them all the best. unless the white sox are in the world series law and right now it does not look like a sure thing. congratulations to everybody. (cheers & applause) >> the great will amaze. when a return a man that is well versed the immediate
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nfl action. earlier that was willie mays--that the warehouse at the white house
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>> steve baker is one of the best that he does. >> to be honest i think this is what everybody wants. the big losers are the rookies. to get it done is a victory for both the union and for the n f l. >> do you believe the theory that the team owners got the money back? >> that is not true the owners got a lot of money back. once the players lost last month that they did not have much to play with. as far as a bargaining. >> to you think that it had
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to go this far? had to go this long. >> on sat. one of the most respected players embraced at a set without you would not get this done. and we do not want to kill the golden goose. >> my understanding is that robert kraft is an amazing man. >> my understanding is that behind the scenes he was taking the role as far as the siege voice. >> do players could sign up immediately? >> robert craft was a stagsage voice >> with the analogy of christmas is tomorrow and you only a 20 minutes to
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shop. carefully, six months of people. >> when you say that christmas is from the player's point of view? are people going to be making more under normal conditions. >> i would just say that the fact that saturday. still, many of the players make plenty. >> any guess on where the raiders are going to end up? there pretty upfront they cannot meet his price. >> and what i know about nasi is that he is a very good chance i'll not be surprised if he leaves. >> and the 49ers because of a new coaching staff are going to relieve the lifting. they're not have their guys together for a while. are they going to be hard pressed to get going?
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>> the 49ers have known for six months where they're going to be. like the packers, the patriots, the fed a little bit of a and damage. >> hard ball? and if you are a fan but does this mean it to you? >> it was to serve disturbing to see but i think that it will come back, quickly. >> the bottom line is that nobody will hold a grudge. >> i cannot think so. i think things will move on pretty quickly. >> do you have any clients worth mentioning. >> i have one that would hopefully get sun but the saints tomorrow. and i have a client who stands to get stand right before the lockout started. >> and if you have a social
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